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1,000 feet away from the funeral in westminster. >> god hates america. >> reporter: westboro baptist church believes military deaths are god's punishment for america's acceptance of homosexuality. in the wake of the ruling, the church plans to quadruple the picketing pooh soldiers are dying for the sins of this nation. you've got to put away your sins, mourn for your sins or this nation is going down. >> this court has no problem with the government sending our children over to these wars, send them back in a body bag and not even have enough respect for that dead soldier to be buried peacefully. >> reporter: justice samuel alito was the only judge who ruled against the church in this case. he said that the westboro baptist church brutally attacked snyder with their protests. jessica? >> it is also possible that al snyder may have to pay the church $100,000 to reimburse its legal fees. >>> police are getting a lot of help on their quest to find the east coast rapist. a cam pin that -- campaign that includes a website and billboard is in an evident to find a man who has raped 17 women
they believe that god is punishing america. some comments say while they're disgusted, they agree that the church has the same right to freedom of speech. without it, the country would be opening the door to sensorship. many agree. it's the offensiveness to the words that adds to the rights almost. it's only by allowing you to speak against everyone that's repulsed by what you say do we have a forum. in theory, then make we'll all speak back and write editorials and do news shows about how repulsive it is to offend the families of the fallen heros. >> conservative justice samaleto was the only one against this. >>> this officer was supposed to face 30-degree murder charges. now-- face first degree murder charges, but he's held without bail now. >>> that was security scare after a package was found at a mail facility at woodlawn drive yesterday. the package was safe and only contained electronics. >>> nfl contracts go into overtime. mark viviano reports it's unclear if this is a sign of progress or a delay of game. >> reporter: good morning, is what happened a time outtowards a res
, stacked high on thick texas toast. wrap your hands around one at dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. grab a big breakfast with the new big n' toasty sandwich from dunkin' donuts. >>> good morning, we have the weather and traffic together. we'll begin with marty. >>> 12 hours from now, we'll totally be at the beginning of a full day of rain moving our way. enough so that the graphic is prepared. we have a coastal and inland flood watch in effect areawide. here's the first warning doppler weather radar. we'll go on the mosaic scan. that combines all of the pictures. think that's a lot of rain? you ain't seen nothing yet. that's the weather essentially through tomorrow night. >>> now, over to kristy breslin in traffic control. >>> we're following the accident in baltimore city at mclean and westbound northern parkway. westfield is the best bet around that. there's a minor slowdown approaching security boulevard. same division for 95 southbound on the north east corner. >>> and taking a look at the overall drive times from 795 to 95, 54 minutes average and 12 minutes to get by. that's the har
toast. wrap your hands around one at dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. grab a big breakfast with the new big n' toasty sandwich from dunkin' donuts. >>> we have a big dome of high pressure giving us clear skies and the barometer is at 30.20. we're in the 30s down the 95 corridor and down the bridge over in easton. 38degrees in ocean city. 24 oakland and 29 in hagerstown. 32 in westminster. 34 bel air and columbia. now, it's 36 in the tricities of annapolis, kent island and rock hall. here's this big dome of high pressure that cleared the weather out. now, the high moves out and gives us the mild day tomorrow. the colder air again. the same high that will drive the chilly air into the atlantic. it will give us a return flow and not unlike this day's scenario. it will warm us up into the weekend. it's a temperature roller coaster. 26 overnight and normal, close enough to say so. it looks like it's back up to 58 degrees. here's the front, back up to 51 and back to 60. even with showers sunday, a high of 56 degrees. >>> here's kristy breslin. >>> hi, don, hi, everyone. we're dealing with a c
'... iced coffee. i run on dunkin' iced coffee. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >>> this is the largest case of dog hording in history. >> reporter: the dogs take up an aisle of cages at the animal shelter ranging from puppies to full grown. the dogs were seized from a home a few days ago. >> it's a problem when the people horde the dogs. you've supposed to have a license if you have more than four dogs. >> reporter: this is the home, the owner said they were breeding them and selling them. >> things slowed down and we ended up -- it snowballed. i wish it had never happened. i assure you, it won't happen again. >> reporter: nearly all of the dogs went up for adoption at -- 10:00 a.m. >> i love dogs and animals. i'm excited. hopefully i'll get one. they were in good health. he got a little bit overwhelmed, but they were taken care of. >> they're yorkies, poodles and dogs mixed from both breeds. people were brought in with numbers never seen before in the shelter. >> this is the biggest case we've seen in the history of the area. because the dogs were so well cared for, no animal abuse charges
grief ever since. what was the purpose of the toilet. >> the toilet represents how america represents the underclass. no matter how poor you are, everybody use a toilet. >> reporter: do you understand why someone would look at it when you see electronic equipment on it and think this was a bomb. >> it was an old tv set and old cell phone. >> reporter: i have to ask this question. are you mentally ill. >> no, sir. they want to claim i'm crazy or deranged. i'm not diagnosed at bipolar, skids frensic or nothing. >> reporter: these people in here in this facility have talked to me, talked to me. i've taken test after test and i haven't failed a test. i know what day it; the president, the time and what i did was not against the law. it is my constitutional right. >> reporter: davis admits he has sent a flood of letters, including to governor o'malley expressing concerns. >> reporter: are you a threat. >> no, sir. >> reporter: would you do anything violent. >> no, sir. never threatened anybody. the only thing that's going to hurt the governor is the truth. that's it. i'm a storyteller. >>
' dunkin'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. sink your teeth into some big n' toasty if you understand. good. you've got spunk. a big day calls for the new big n' toasty. wrap your hands around fried eggs, cherrywood-smoked bacon, and cheese on texas toast. america runs on dunkin'. >>> 32 people are now confirmed dead in japan. there's growing concerns there and for the pacific coast of the united states and hawaii. we'll go now to andrea fujii. she's from hawaii. airports are closed as marty was mentioning. -- we're watching khon tv in honolulu. they're running a crawl as we would do during a snowstorm. they have a count down clock to the time of the tsunami wave. this is serious, take it away. >> reporter: i talked to my parents when i heard about it. they're not superconcerned they're about five miles inland from the coast. the tsunami warnings have been going off since 9:00 their time. everyone in the low lying areas should evacuate to higher ground. hundreds of hotels are along the coastline. the tourists are told to go to highier floors. luckily everyone can watch it o
'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. sink your teeth into some big n' toasty if you understand. good. you've got spunk. a big day calls for the new big n' toasty. wrap your hands around fried eggs, cherrywood-smoked bacon, and cheese on texas toast. america runs on dunkin'. >>> check out this video from inside a store. the tornado touches down in the area. a second twister also touched down, packing winds up to 135 miles an hour. let's send it over to marty. >> that is incredible. years ago we never thought about getting video of a tornado. some of those shows like on the discovery, weather channel, it's unbelievable to see it in action. 180-degree deference. high pressure is giving us a come flow. it's going to be a calm day. 28 now. 77% humidity. winds calm. barometer continues to rise. 28 cumberland. 29 hagerstown. mid-30s d.c. and pax river. 37 ocean city. 28 westminster. 32 bel air. kent island, rock hall at 34. this gathering storm is what we'll be talking about in a second. it's a big dome of high pressure. it's defining your tuesday, the 8th day of march. we'
'm drinkin' dunkin'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. sink your teeth into some big n' toasty if you understand. good. you've got spunk. a big day calls for the new big n' toasty. wrap your hands around fried eggs, cherrywood-smoked bacon, and cheese on texas toast. america runs on dunkin'. >>> call it 27 in cumberland and normal in oceanland. now, we'll jump into the mid- 30s and near 40s in d.c., easton and pax river. 34 in columbia and 36 d.c., bel air and rock hall. the we'ller is easy for today and the next five days, really. high pressure settles in and dives down. we get into the mild flow and another cold front comes our way. the high pressure settles in and we'll have mild air moving our way. we'll ramp it up moving towards calendar spring. 59degrees today. behind the front, down to 23 with a breeze. tomorrow, a little breezy with a high of 40. we'll go back to 50. sunday, it looks like we could have rain late in the day. >>> how about the rush right now. here's kristy breslin. >>> hi, don, hi, everyone. well, we have an accident to catch out for in tim tip -
to release private bank of america e-mails. they claim the company committed mortgage fraud. they say the documents were provided by former employee. it shows how the e-mail -- the bank of america denies any wrongdoing. >>> maryland state trooper goes above and beyond the call of duty and saves the life of a newborn baby. sergeant daniel mcclaim saw the car pulled over with a panicked couple inside. the woman had given birth and her baby was blue. the doctor performed cpr and the baby started breathing. >>> we still have some of the best medical schools right here. here is more on this morning's school watch report. >> reporter: good morning. according to our media partner the baltimore sun, john hopkins university the no. 1 nursing school. it also ranks third for medical school. a number of programs at the university of maryland college park, also made the top 25 in the magazine to other rankings. don, back to you. >> you can read the complete report in the baltimore sun. >>> wjz spring training support coming off a win, nick -- with three hits, this one is singled to right field giv
with more. >> reporter: tonight, president obama will try to convince the public and congress that america's mission in libya is working. he'll deliver a nationally televised speech. at least one u.s. warship is reportedly leaving the region. >> i think that the military mission has gone well. >> reporter: the obama administration touted progress. coalition forces hit targets in tripoli and qaddafi's hometown. the rebel forces have been able to push west and regain control. the president's speech comes amid-growing complaints. critics say he never asked for approval before taking action. he still hasn't given them a clear plan. >> this is characterised by delay. there's a plan for what the onlitives were and a debate about why this was in the interest. >> reporter: gates admits that libya doesn't pose an impact on america, but it could impact countries that could impact the united states. >> you'll hear the address live here at 7:30. >>> now, to japan, the news is getting worse 150 miles north of tokyo. the situation is desperate. there are fresh concerns about how the disaster is impactin
blow to america? here is andria. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. don and good morning, everyone. out west there is already a big rush on potassium iodine, those are tablets that help to minimize the risk of radiation exposure. japan was built to withstand anything, big earthquakes and turnovers. it is the sheer extent of the damage that is stumping just about everyone. how to stop the disaster in the marking. >> we saw that following people after hiroshima and nagasaki. the health effects were seen for decades later. >> reporter: dr. stevens is saying the radiation into the atmosphere is dangerous. >> those engineers of radiation are -- multiple fold, more powerful than any kind of radiation that we're exposed to. >> reporter: experts are saying it is unlikely that the west coast of the united states will be seriously impacted, but that is not stopping a mad rush on stores out west. >> people are terrified. >> many are crammabling to find potassium iodine. >> it fills the tyroid with this iodine. so there is no room left for the radio active version. >> reporter: a
'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. sink your teeth into some big n' toasty if you understand. good. you've got spunk. a big day calls for the new big n' toasty. wrap your hands around fried eggs, cherrywood-smoked bacon, and cheese on texas toast. america runs on dunkin'. >>> again, i want to take a look at the current conditions. we'll go back to radar here in second. right now, it's 48-degree. 100% humidity. this time, the barometer is at 30. a 7. we-- 30.07. the mid-40s in westminster and bel air near the 50 number again at columbia and rock hall here's the bigger view of the storm itself. look at all of the rain coming our way. you can see this in the green. now, can we go back to the radar. it's typical of what we've been seeing throughout the morning. off to the east and you'll start looking down south and we'll take this straight down. this is where the problem is going to be, possibly throughout the afternoon. don't get me wrong. at mount airy, we're looking at the soaking rains. that's why, this graphic here, we're showing mediate flood warnings for washington and frederick cou
-month program taking place in nine countries in central and south america as well as the caribbean islands it. will provide medical and dental care. also, providing veterinarian care on this trip. i think everybody assumed the comfort would be heading towards japan but this mission has been long scheduled and they are hear going -- they're going south. >> smooth sailing to them. it will be a nice trip until they get to the caribbeans. really no weather problems. up and down the eastern seaboard, clear conditions. that will make for very warm, very clear skims. it's going to be a very nice stretch. we're looking at temperatures going up to 6345 degrees. we're already in the low 40s. tomorrow even warmer, not challenging records tomorrow but we'll be close to 80 degrees. your complete forecast is coming up. >> let's go down to fells point where ron is with someone who won the masters with him. >> reporter: did you win the masters? >> i did not. i'm just bring out my irish today. >> reporter: we're in front of max's on broad way, great display on phelps point. we've -- fells point. it's all happ
'm drinkin' dunkin'. drinkin' dunkin'. dunkin'... iced coffee. i run on dunkin' iced coffee. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >>> it's kind of humid. barometer at 30.04. we're seeing the temperatures dropping. 35degrees at pax river and naval air. the same at annapolis and kent island. here's the low. we just showed you on the graphic. this is going to produce an inch of wet snow. the sun is too high in the sky now. the paveed surfaces are too warm. 46 is the high this day. clouding up increasingly cloudy. tomorrow, we'll call it a mixture of clouds and sun. we're not going below freezing. you're getting the drift. there's the chance of wet snow turning to rain sunday. wednesday, partly sunny and 54 degrees. >>> 95 southbound has delays as you make your approach to whitemarsh. that's not too significant. we have an accident at liberty at westminster and a water main break. that has eastbound closed between falls road and rowland avenue. take cold spring lane instead. a minor delay on charles street and taking a look at the drive times from 95 to 795. that's 54 miles per hour and 11 minutes
'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >>> it's. 6:30 and it's a damp day. here's the first warning doppler weather radar. we'll look at what's advancing the steady shower activity moving our way. rain has been calm for the past several house. indeed, we have rain just right on the western side of the beltway now. good morning in that area. you get a little bit wet. this is moving in a west to east direction. there's the clutter moving ahead of the rain. you'll see the showers primarily in the morning. we'll have a middle to late afternoon deal. 58 this evening and we'll see the temperatures going south again. the latter part of the week, first morning details. what awaits you -- here's kristy breslin. >>> well, we're watching the accident southbound on the harrisburg expressway. moving over to 95, that's beginning to slow down in the southbound direction. this is the beltway and the average times. that's 60 miles per hour. the debris in the road is cleared. this is brought to you by toy and your local -- this is brought to you by toyota and your local toyota dealer. >>> at
. wrap your hands around fried eggs, cherrywood-smoked bacon, and cheese on texas toast. america runs on dunkin'. >>> here are the updates with kristy and marty >>> well, we can't rule out a passing shower. watches, warnings and advisories graphic is clear for the state of maryland at this time. the forecast for the day will call for a high around 50 degrees. clouds and sun and breezy this afternoon. kristy breslin in wjz traffic control. >>> hi, marty and everyone. delays all around the beltway. that's heavy from harford to dell lainny. -- dulaney. that's 20 minutes to get through. southbound 795, delays on the beltway. plenty of congestion on 95 in the south direction. as far as accidents go in glen burnie at hang street, let's take a look at 83 north of the beltway, that's moving well. also, we'll look at the westside at liberty road. this is brought to you by home paramount pest control. call or visit them on their website. >>> a baltimore city police detective is behind bars. the 44-year-old kevin rowland faces charges for sexual abuse of a minor in his home. >>> stay with wjz-13
of last night's televised address. >> reporter: president obama is vowing to keep america's role in libya a limited one. >> going forward, a lead in enforcing the no fly zone, this is going to transition to our alleys and partners. >> reporter: he announced that nato would take full command tomorrow. the president said it was necessary for qaddafi to not kill his own people. >> i won't wait for mass graves before taking action. >> reporter: the president didn't say how much it will cost and how long it would take. >> it won't happen overnight as qaddafi tries to hang on to power. >> reporter: the president wants qaddafi out and he doesn't want to use force. >> if you tell him, you won't be removed by force, that's encouraging to qaddafi. >> reporter: this senator blasted the senator and questioned the end game. >> when and if there's a change in libya, what kind of leadership will replace qaddafi. >> reporter: this morning, hillary clinton is weighing the best political opinion on pushing out qaddafi. >>> there's a developing story in syria. look at damascus. crowds are filling a square.
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